Music to the ears

Commendable: It’s good that the youngest Minister ever, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is open to learning from and working with his predecessor, former Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, seen here with their respective deputies Steven Sim and Datuk M. Saravanan.

EVERYDAY I wake up in this new Malaysia, thankful for the courage of Malaysians to bring about change. I am beginning to watch local TV news, discovering local hosts and learning more about the newly-elected MPs, and being most impressed by the fluency of DAP Ministers and MPs speaking in the national language.

The Council of Eminent Persons and the Institutional Reform Committee are working tirelessly on a daily basis, meeting stakeholders and listening to all points of views to gather inputs into their recommendations to the new government to institute the urgent reforms needed to set this country on the right path to prosperity, stability, transparency, accountability and to strengthen democratic institutions that have been battered after decades of one-party dominance.

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